CAS ID #: 84-74-2
Affected Organ Systems: Developmental (effects during periods when organs are developing)
Cancer Classification: None
Chemical Classification: Phthalates
Summary: Di-n-phtalate is a manufactured chemical that does not occur naturally. It is an odorless and oily liquid that is colorless to faint yellow in color. It is slightly soluble in water and does not evaporate easily. Di-n-phtalate is used to make plastics more flexible and is also in carpet backings, paints, glue, insect repellents, hair spray, nail polish, and rocket fuel.
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